Offers a fresh, constructive and perhaps even controversial interpretation and re-envisioning of the Pentecostal tradition. A study is made of the early years of the Pentecostal movement and the influence of Wesleyan, Holiness and revivalist-restorationist roots in an attempt to interpret the heart of the movement, as well as the way Pentecostal spirituality has developed over the decades that followed. An attempt is made to be both analytical and descriptive, historical and creative, theoretical and practical. Same as SPIR 0504.
Course Code: PENT 0504 | Credit Hours: | Seminary Graduate Course